So easy to become isolated, but I pray for you on Day 10 to never live life alone because it’s so much better to be with others, to serve each other.
Jesus was the ultimate balancing acts of polar opposite ’emotions’/’states of beings’, and I ask for His help on Day 9.
On Day 8 of Lent, my prayer is that with each day, we’re a little bit more like Esther in the present world that we get to be born into.
I have nothing left to give God on Day 7, other than this frustrated prayer of mine, when my body decides to shut down.
Day 6 of Lent is just another day where I ponder: who knows why we have to go through what we go through?
Here is my sister’s prayer for me passed over to you, reader, on the 5th day of Lent 2020.
Making the mental connection between The Potter and The Healer through my physical pain in my Day 4 Lent Prayer.
Escaping to a memory is one thing; turning it into an act of gratitude, a moment of communion is my Day 3 prayer.
Day 2’s prayer is a meditation on the fact that Jesus, who is the eternal Son of God living in heaven where there is no pain and no weary bodies, chose to come down to earth in a body.
My Day 1 Prayer is inspired by thoughts on liturgy, the Old Testament and tabernacle things, and how life is just an arduous process.